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Textile Coloration and Finishing
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The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
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Volume 10, Issue 6 - Dec 1998
Volume 10, Issue 5 - Oct 1998
Volume 10, Issue 4 - Aug 1998
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Jun 1998
Volume 10, Issue 2 - Apr 1998
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Feb 1998
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Properties of Alkali Hydrolyzed Polyester Fabric by Tank/Liquor-flow Method
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 10, issue 2, 1998, Pages 1~7
In this study, PET fabric was hydrolyzed with NaOH using the Tank m/c and Liquor-flow m/c to determine the alkali hydrolysis properties of PET fabrics. The results were as follows ： The weft density and tensile strength of PET fabrics hydrolyzed with Liquor-flow m/c were higher than those hydrolyzed with Tank m/c in case of less than 10％ of weight loss. However, above 10％ of weight loss, reverse phenomenon was showed. K/S value of hydrolyzed PET with Liquor-flow m/c was higher than that with Tank m/c above 10％ of weight loss. It was observed that the micropores of PET surface were collapsed due to physical force(abrasion and collision) during hydrolysis. Bending rigidity of hydrolyzed PET fabric was about 32％ and 40％ of bending rigidity of warp and weft direction of untreated fabric at 7％ of weight loss, respectively. Above 7％ of weight loss, decrease rate was decreased.
Improvement of Interfacial Adhesion of Metal Plated Synthetic Fabrics for Electromagnetic Wave Shielding by Using Cold Plasma
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 10, issue 2, 1998, Pages 8~17
In this study we have examined electroless chemical plating on the plasma grafted poly [ethylene terephathalate］(PET) fabric in order to improve the interfacial adhesion between metal and fiber. The vapour phase of acrylic acid introduced on the PET surface and the graft polymerization was carried out by using cold plasma, resulting in the grafting yield of 0.8-1.3 wt％. The carboxyl group of the plasma grafted was identified by FT-IR-ATR spectra. The Interfacial adhesion was related to the carboxyl group. After electroless chemical plating of nickel, it showed that the more the carboxyl, the better the interfacial adhesion. Comparing to the untreated, the plasma grafted fabric showed fairly good interfacial adhesion(5B grade, ASTM D3359) . The shielding effect of electromagnetic wave showed 95dB. The shielding effect depends on the fabric structure, the surface structure, and the cross sectional shape of fibers. The dense fabric structure, the etched surface like a microcrater, and the trigonal cross sectional shape were prefered.
Studies on the One Bath Exhaust Dyeing System of Polyester/Cationized Cotton Blends with Disperse Dye/Reactive Dye
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 10, issue 2, 1998, Pages 18~28
in order to overcome disadvantage of the conventional two bath dyeing method of polyester/cotton blends, it had prompted significant effort to the development of the one bath dyeing method which can accomplish sayings in time, energy and water usage. Also, when dyeing polyester/cotton blends by the one bath dyeing method, the high salt concentrations needed for the reactive dye can cause particles of disperse dye, used for the polyester component, to aggregate. A supplementary problem that can occasionally be happened is the change of hue that occurs on dyed polyester in an alkaline dyebath. To improve dyeing property of polyester/cotton blends, cotton component was pretreated with epichlolohydrine-trimethylamine hydrochloride in aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide to produce a cationized cotton that can be dyed under neutral conditions with reactive dye in a non-electrolytic or il little electrolytic dyebath. The one bath dyeing method of polyester/cationized cotton blends with disperse dye/reactive dye mixture resulted in a satisfactory dyeing property and color yield in comparison with ordinary two bath dyeing method.
Preparation of Microcapsules and Their Application (Poly (L-lactide) Microcapsule)
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 10, issue 2, 1998, Pages 29~36
Poly(L-lactide) microcapsules containing hydrophilic penetrate were prepared by interfacial precipitation method through solvent evaporation from w/o/w emulsion. Effect of four determinative process parameters on the particle size distributions, morphologies, and release properties of microcapsules coated with poly(L-lactide) was investigated. Moreover, susceptible functional cotton fabrics treated with the mentioned microcapsules were prepared and laundry test up to 15 times were done to determine fastness properties. As a result, the prepared poly(L-lactide) microcapsules with a more sharp-distributive, rounder, and more permeable membranes could be prepared by means of protective colloid concentration, solution volume and stirring rate.
The Preparation of Polyurethane Microcapsule and Its Breaking Behavior
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 10, issue 2, 1998, Pages 37~44
In this study, the polyurethane microcapsules containing disperse dye were prepared by in-situ polymerization method using hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI, aliphatic type) and m-xylene diisocyanate(XDI, aromatic type) with ethylene glycol (EG) And the size, shape, particle size distribution, and breaking behavior of microcapsules prepared were investigated. The size and shape of microcapsule were observed by scanning electron microscope (SEM) . The particle size distribution was analyzed by image analyzer. The breaking behavior of microcapsule was checked by measuring the optical density of solution that the disperse dye was dissolved after the microcapsule was broken by constant pressure. The particle size was inversely proportional to the stirring speed, and the size of microcapsule prepared from HDI and EG was smaller than that of microcapsule prepared from XDI and EG. Aliphatic type microcapsule was broken easily, compared with aromatic type one. It was considered due to the difference of reactivity between HDI and XDI. And the microcapsule prepared by stirring strongly was broken easily.
The Study on Relationship Between Thermal Stress Properties and Thermal Shrinkage of PET Filament Yarns
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 10, issue 2, 1998, Pages 45~54
This study surveys relation between thermal shrinkage and thermal stress properties after process simulation of heat treatment with various PET filament yarns. For this purpose, 12 kinds of regular yarns and POY, 6 kinds of DTY and 5 kinds of composite yarns were experimented for investigating step thermal shrinkage, total thermal shrinkage and total thermal stress and maximum thermal stress temperature. Thermal stress and shrinkage of the various specimens treated with wet and dry heats were analysed and discussed with the conditions of heat treatment. finally, relationship between thermal stress and shrinkage of the various PET filaments such as regular yarns, POY, DTY and composite yarns were investigated with the PET filament characteristics.
The Situation of Continuous Low-temperature Plasma Treatment Technology
Textile Coloration and Finishing, volume 10, issue 2, 1998, Pages 55~61